GOVERNMENT . . .?

A government, left unchecked, operates largely on the principles of corruption, force and threat of force. Yes, they distract people into believing otherwise by welfare and other methods, but their purpose is never otherwise than manipulationdomination, and control by force.

Some have recognized this and tried to enlighten us, as in the following quote by Ronald Regan, from his speech, “A Time For Choosing.”

“The Founding Fathers knew a government can’t control the economy without controlling people. And they knew when a government sets out to do that, it must use force and coercion to achieve its purpose. So we have come to a time for choosing.  He continued, “There is only an up or down. Up to man’s age-old dream – the maximum of individual freedom consistent with law and order – or down to the ant heap of totalitarianism.”

And Thomas Jefferson, when he used Locke’s concepts as central tenets of the Declaration of Independence, proclaiming,

“The government’s duty to protect the sacred attributes of the individual.”

Force, intimidation, domination and threats to make people act against their will, in the end only creates resistance and has limited workability. Eventually, the people wake up and overthrow such a regime. The policy of the “power elite” functioning in a manner to separate people by pointing out differences, differences in religion, class, politics, beliefs, sex, skin color and much more accomplishes only one thing: to distract us, so we don’t see that they are stealing all our money.

Our natural rights are now being disguised and promoted as coming from the government. Social security, which, starting in 1935, people have paid for involuntarily, is now by some combination of specious logic and malicious intent, to be a “gift” from the government. This is a thinly veiled falsehood as anyone who cares to look will discover.

When a society or a government begins to reward poor or no production with free beads and baubles and at the same time, penalize (with taxation and other means) the ones who do produce something of value to society you have a repressive society. This is evidenced by the government acting in a manner to relentlessly control, suppress and restrain people until they end up in a state of subjugation and slavery with secrecy, degradation and criminality by those “in charge” as the order of the day. 

The key to opening the door to a better world and the cure for anything wrong with any organization today begins with reversing the trend toward penalizing producers and rewarding non-producers in the society.

Honest work stimulates morale. Demonstration of self-competence is satisfying in and of itself. These qualities are absent in a society where the indigent, poor and needy are rewarded for being in such conditions.

Freedom and free will is universally desired, but it is not free. It requires constant watchfulness and readiness to fight back to prevent degraded governments and criminal elements from gaining control over the people.

Once lost, freedom is far harder to get back than is the effort it takes to maintain it once achieved.

Daniel Jacobs, 2016

 

 

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